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will be senator blumenthal from connecticut. we are so delighted that you could be here. go right ahead. >> thank you very much. i want to thank you and ranking member and half for today's hearing. my colleagues to have stated so eloquently what happened in new york and new jersey, connecticut , share their faith although the lack -- national media coverage may give the impression that connecticut's damage was more a footnote to the main story. in fact, the destruction and damage in connecticut was every bit as real, and the pockets of destruction as pervasive as elsewhere, and i think many of the lessons learned the you heard here form a pattern that we need to invest now or pay later. there are measures that we can take now to minimize the damage in the future, and we cannot be penny wise to avoid those measures going forward, and the other lesson that i think it's striking here is that our efforts have to be complementary, not competitive. we are mutually supportive in this effort. i have been asked repeatedly, argue in competition with new jersey and new york? the answer is emphatically now.
're leaving in new jersey, out your door or new york city area, southern connecticut, some showers are about to move through. they're already coming in pretty good now, moving on interstate 78 and 80 across new jersey and into the greater new york city area. they'll be in and out quickly by 8:00 a.m. they should be overwith. it's little area of showers. you can see it right here. southern hudson valley to just north of philadelphia. that's about it. those will quickly blow through long island and also through connecticut as we go throughout the early morning. after that, the warm front goes through and will warm up in a hurry. a pool of cold air moved in overnight over new england. hartford at 32. it's 17 degrees warmer right now in new york. but that cold air that just temporarily settled in overnight will be pushed out in a hurry during the day to day. all the warm air to the south will win out. temperatures are going to rise rapidly. should head up to 58 today in hartford after starting out in 32. that is pretty incredible, almost a 30 degree temperature rise during the daylight hours. 73
: maryland and connecticut are the only two states that require carbon monoxide detectors in schools. and maryland only requires them in new schools. in texas, they have to be installed in certain day-care centers. and only 25 states require them in residential buildings. the boiler at the atlanta grade school was last checked a year ago, which isn't making parents feel any better. for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> this is leading to a move lots of schools are examining the question of whether they need to be installing these. >> real wake-up call there. >>> switch gears now. play some music right here. ♪ you're a mean one, mr. grinch ♪ that is because a man was indicating on tape stealing christmas decorations from front lawns. abc's rob nelson has the story. >> reporter: judging from this surveillance video, this grinch not only stole christmas, he let the air out of it. >> we headed out for work, we noticed that the inflatables were missing. >> reporter: san antonio police say this man stole an inflatable sled and snowman from a front yard as su
. bring the umbrella, anywhere around the tri-state area, southern connecticut, long island, or they're in new jersey. it's kind of isolated, though, much of new england will be dry. and you're pretty dry around the d.c. area this morning. temperatures already warming up. look at pittsburgh, it's 54. how hot will it get? it's hot this time of the year, 73 in washington, d.c., record heat is possible, new york city could get into the mid-60s and new england after a chilly start. we're going to warm up to the mid to upper 50s. probably one of the warmest days we should see till the spring. middle of the country, a few showers this morning around st. louis and down through the ozarks. it's just warm temperatures that got everyone's attention, even the southeast today in the 70s, texas in the 70s and another rainstorm for the west coast. and by the way, this is it for the east coast, tomorrow's cold front goes through, slightly cooler, but it won't be cold. no cold air in sight, no snowstorms in sight all the way through the upcoming weekend, incredible, that'll take us into the middle o
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